Trips to Romania are mostly associated with its incredible nature. The landscapes of Romania are green and refreshing, the villages are cozy and picturesque, and locals are friendly and hospitable.
What to do when you visit Romania for the first time? Start with the medieval Brasov. Brasov is perfect for history lovers. The city is proud for its age-old heritage. Get a sightseeing tour and you will be enchanted by the beauty of the place: a local guide will take you to the most scenic observation points, tell you thrilling stories of the past connected with castles, fortresses and Gothic churches you will see.
Brasov is a true doorway to the beautiful Carpathian Mountains. Piatra National Park, situated nearby, is a popular destinations for wild nature lovers who want to feed their travel spirit. Curious minds may also want to get familiar with authentic Romanian crafts, preserved through the centuries. Outgoing local craftsmen will introduce you to traditional weaving, pottery, embroidery, cooking secrets in the countless villages scattered around the country.
To contrast the tranquil countryside, see the energetic capital of Romania. Bucharest is alive and eclectic. Start with classic sightseeing routes and learn the legends of the city, then go out at night and explore local bars and clubs, or take a look at the ghostly areas of Bucharest's surroundings in a special 'beautiful decay' tour.